One of the gaming series which I can always trust to release top quality sniping experiences is the Sniper Elite series. It’s one of Rebellion’s flagship titles, totally immersing the player in the role of a sharp shooter in the World War II era. Although Zombie Army Trilogy is not a Sniper Elite game entry, there […]Read more "Zombie Army Trilogy (PS4)"
F.E.A.R.: First Encounter Assault Recon is a First Person Shooter created by Monolith Productions which was released to critical fanfare in 2005, with respective console ports to PS3 and Xbox 360 produced in 2006. The game centered around the creepy goings on with a mysterious force taking over a group of telepathic soldiers. What begins […]Read more "The AI of Fear – Clever Soldiers and Scary Children"
Technosoft’s classic shoot ’em up series Thunder Force is one of the most underrated franchises in the genre. Featuring huge stages that you can explore vertically while the stages scroll horizontally. Delighting players with a successive line of challenging and memorable boss fights this title quickly became a classic for Sega fans and devotees of […]Read more "Thunder Force IV: A Genesis Blaster"
I’ve neither been a SNES nor a Sega Genesis (Megadrive) fanboy. There are too many games of note for each system for me to be able to say that one was better than the other in the great 16 bit battle. When it comes to fantastic SNES games, Axelay has to come top of the […]Read more "Axelay – The Best SNES Shooter Ever?"
Sid Meier’s name conjures up vast complicated strategic titles, hours bent over the keyboard and the hours seeming to melt away. Sid Meier’s classic Pirates which originally was published in 1987 was never just another strategy game. It broke the mold being approachable, big and bold and bright. It was more concerned with helping the […]Read more "Sid Meier’s Pirates! A Review"
With the advent of a new entry into the Streets of Rage franchise I decided to play the excellent fan remake of the classic Streets of Rage trilogy. After Streets of Rage 3, Sega had been trying for years to get a fourth game released. Unfortunately, due to the slow decline of the beat-em up […]Read more "Streets of Rage Remake Review"
After the success of Knights of the Round and Final Fight in the late 80’s and early 90’s, Capcom developed a pair of Dungeons and Dragons beat-em-ups that pushed the boundaries of the genre. This began with The Tower of Doom in 1993, a game which gave players an inventory crammed with magic rings, daggers […]Read more "Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara review"